While it still remains unclear, leaked images of the upcoming Oppo smartwatch have showcased part of the device interface for the first time leaving us guessing as to what software it might run.
Your Wear OS watch is a powerful tool. It keeps you updated on incoming notifications, tracks your physical activity throughout the day, and — depending on the model you have — can even make/receive phone calls. With so much going on, it’s important that your watch is running the latest available software. Checking to see if there is an update takes only a couple of seconds, and today, we’re going to show you how to do just that.
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Unlike Android, Google’s Wear OS is pretty locked down to OEM customization, but thankfully, apps and watchfaces can help make one watch unique when compared to others. For the past several weeks, I’ve been able to see through my wife’s usage how the Kate Spade Sport pushes customization on Wear OS better than any other watch I’ve seen.
It’s still New Year’s resolution time (right?), and that means plenty of us are trying to keep an eye on our fitness goals. If you’ve been hitting the gym, though, you know it can get grunty in there. Luckily, Samsung has a deal to help drown out the gym noise and track your hard work in the process: pick up a Galaxy Fit along with a pair of Galaxy Buds in Aura Glow Silver for a crazily low $150 ($80 off). Read More
Start working off that winter blubber with the Samsung Galaxy Fit and Buds for just $150 ($80 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.